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for but seasonal hiring in many of the nation's retailers already begun. jeff flock at a kohl's store in chicago with outlook for holiday hiring. jeff? >> in the men' department this hour looking at rock and republic jeans i'm told all the kids are wearing them. i don't know if i should buy a pair or not. that is one of the brands driving customers into kohl's, one. retailers very bullish on holiday hiring. let's put stock up there. kohl's doing pretty well. i have michelle banks who revealed to me as district manager, started her career in retail as seasonal employee. tell me why kohl's is bullish on seasonal employees and how many people are you looking to hire. >> 52,700. >> how much compared to last year? >> that is up 10%. >> what makes you bullish on holiday. >> we continue to officer customer the kohl's service customer they know. it is about convenes and react to each and everyone's store needs. >> it is a mixed bag. let's put stocks of other retailers. not everyone sir mooing more. sears says the hiring will be flat. macy's is up 2 1/2%. wal-mart will be slightly higher. not giving exac
guys. tracy: holidays just around the corner. stores like macy's and kohls adding tens of thousands of jobs. jeff flock is that a kohls store in chicago. jeff: watching the cash registers. yes, there is question about today's jobs numbers. we thought we would come out and ask business. how optimistic are you about hiring going forward? kohls is one of the ones that is probably the most bullish. it is a mixed bag on summer hiring. roll them down as we look at stocks. sears expecting flat holiday shopping. walmart up slightly as well. target, they say they will hire fewer people at the holiday did i have michelle thanks to is a district manager with kohls. how many more hires this year than last? >> about 10% more this year than last year. really it is just based on the needs of the customer's business. we want to make sure we can provide all the great conveniences. jeff: you are on the bullish side. >> we want to position ourselves to meet the customer needs. jeff: kohls stores with these brands, jennifer lopez brand, that is big for you. >> absolutely. we carry jennifer lopez. vera
,00 worke. thats 2.5% increase. they will staff macy's and bloomingdale stores and kohl centers and walmart and tiors are us are planning to hire more people. >> a aapologized after air brusng women in saudi arabia. it features a woman in addition to boy. women appear infrequently across saudi arabia. strict laws require women to cover most of their bodies in public. >> carolyn: we want to share very cool images. our photographer capres she is going shots of dolphins ridg the waves north of half moon bay. you can see they seem to be enjoying the surf today. it was especially warm out there. we can see why. >> dan: warm weather and still steamy in many parts of the bay area. >> we're in for a mild to warm night. a as we head into tomorrow, i want to show you a photo. this was sent to us by a viewer. bay farm island in alameda. you can see the sun was glowing there was absolutely gorgeous. hot day today and we are headed for another hot one as we head into tomorrow. get ready for that as we check out right now, live doppler 7 hd. you'll see what is happening. there is a few clouds out there.
have back to school. the only thing that was noteworthy was how bad kohl's did. you're talking minus 2.7 versus .1%. i keep thinking these guys are going to turn. it's just not happening. >> you had a month where gas prices were in fluctuation, right? >> yes. this is one of those months that frankly, i would have expected someone to pop to the upside. but as i go over every one, i don't see anyone really doing anything that shocked me. usually there's one guy that's in that really kind of blew it out. no. but this was the disappointment. i am wearing my kohl's socks, but it is not in honor of this number. i just happen to like them. >> okay. we'll talk some of the other winners and losers when we come back. wall street, main street buzzing about the debate. we'll talk about that and we'll get the opening bell in just a moment. sleep train's inventory clearance sale ends columbus day. get 3 years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. save 10%, 20%, even 35% on a huge selection of simmons and sealy clearance mattresses. even get free delivery! don't miss 3 years interest-free financin
-- coals announced they are -- kohl's announced they are adding half a million workers nationwide. >>> honda says one fire on the honda accord has been reported. the hose need to be replaced in a recall. anyone who thinks a they may have a leak, take your car to a dealer. >>> well, the carmageddon 2 was not so bad in los angeles. >> construction on interstate 405 finished hours ahead of schedule last night. here they are reopening it. the main project of the mulholland bridge was for the most part very calm. workers were able to get away just in the nick of time. >> good to hear. >>> you may think it is carmageddon around san francisco this week. muni operates are warning people about events that will add transportation problems in the next few days. delays will be at the marina green for the cup series, so, extra people will be on the waterfront tomorrow through next monday. and golden gate will be crowded for hardly strictly bluegrass and a giants game this weekend at at&t park. >> it will be crazy. they are hosting the bills >>> well, the there are arguments about commuters
and kohl centers and walmart and tiors are us are planning to hire more people. >> a aapologized after air brushing women in saudi arabia. it features a woman in addition to boy. women appear infrequently across saudi arabia. strict laws require women to cover most of their bodies in public. >> carolyn: we want to share very cool images. our photographer captures she is going shots of dolphins riding the waves north of half moon bay. you can see they seem to be enjoying the surf today. it was especially warm out there. we can see why. >> dan: warm weather and still steamy in many parts of the bay area. >> we're in for a mild to warm night. a as we head into tomorrow, i want to show you a photo. this was sent to us by a viewer. bay farm island in alameda. you can see the sun was glowing there was absolutely gorgeous. hot day today and we are headed for another hot one as we head into tomorrow. get ready for that as we check out right now, live doppler 7 hd. you'll see what is happening. there is a few clouds out there. not anything in the form of fog, but higher clouds, well off the coastli
for the holiday season. the move follows similar annoucements from kohl's, walmart, and toys 'r' us to increase employee ranks as the holiday shopping season approaches. small businesses are also expanding staff. according to a survey by intuit, small companies hired around 40,000 people in september, while revenues dropped slightly by .04%. overall, there's a surge in self-employed people, with 600,000 people going to work for themselves since november of last year, bringing the number of people who are self- employed to 14.2 million. in a sign that business is shaping up, research firm paynet finds that lending to small firms jumped 3% in september, the second straight gain. turbulent times continue at american airlines. reports say a row of seats on a 757 came loose shortly after take off over the weekend on a flight from boston to miami. the jet landed safely at new york's jfk. meanwhile, globally, airline profits are soaring. the airline industry is projected to earn more than $4 billion this year, compared to previous estimates of 3 billion. next year's numbers could fly up to $7.5 billi
village on the northern coast of spain has been sitting on a very treasure. while kohl lies underground inpe sitting on something much more valuable -- gold. even more valuable in times of crisis like the one spain is experiencing. a canadian firm plans to invest 150 million euros to mine for gold year. >> this project changes everything. it will become an industrial region. lots of suppliers will settle here and create lots of jobs. >> but not everyone here is buying that. everywhere, there are signs saying "note to gold, no to the mine." these people want to work, too, but not at any price. they say in a decade, when the gold reserves have been depleted, the jobs will vanish, too. >> they have their shareholders, their investors. that is who they work for. if they succeed, which we hope they will not, they will come here, take everything they can, and then move on. we will be left with slag heaps, traders, dust, environmental pollution, and devastation. >> farmers fear that as a byproduct of the mining, toxic chemicals will be released into the environment and wind up in the food chai
the first thing that comes to mind is the fate of the ferrel cat kohl i inin the west end of golden gate park. and i was asked by community leaders to come out and look at the site. and we talked with rec and park about maintaining good habitat for this established colony. so, i think in general ferrel cats and wildlife and the indoor action between them, but that's an issue that i was involved with with the community. >> thank you. >>> um-hm. >> so, last but not least we have shari o'neill. >>> good afternoon. i am dr. shari o'neill and i've been a practicing veterinarian for the last 13 years, the last 10 of which have been here in san francisco. i am a resident in the sunset district where i also work at [speaker not understood] hospital. in addition to my doctor veterinary of medicine i hold an additional degree as a masters of public health and also board certified in preventive medicine. i have a particular interest in public health and how humans and animals can coexist hopefully. i have a particular interest in disaster preparedness and i am the san francisco representative on di
the german landscape. >> chancellor kohl will be happy with her party's results in the poll, although low approval ratings for the ftp make it questionable whether she could continue governing with her partner. social democrats stand to be more disappointed. they did not get the bomb they were hoping for after nominating peer steinbruck as their candidate for chancellor. if elections were held now, 39% of germans would vote cdu/csu, a four-year high. the spd is only a slightly. the conservative coalition partner with not clear the 5% hurdle. head to head, the chancellor has a clear lead over her opponent. 49% say they will vote for merkel. bejeweled between merkel and performance finance minister -- the duel between merkel and her former finance minister has only just begun. polls show germans do want a change in government. so-called grand coalition between conservatives and social democrats or the social democrats and greens are two possible outcomes. >> let's talk about this. angela merkel is still clearly germany's most popular politician. peer steinbruck will be spending the next yea
to bring on 80,000 seasonal workers. toys r us and kohl's also recently nouned plans to bring on more local -- announced plans to bring on more holiday help than in recent years. >>> people are breathing easier in alexandria and it's all thanks to one woman who became alarmed by what she saw on her window sill. i'm peggy fox, the story coming up. too many americans are struggling to find work in today's economy. too many of those who are working are living paycheck to paycheck trying to make falling incomes meet rising prices for food and gas. more americans are living in poverty than when president obama took office and fifteen million more are on food stamps. president obama and i both care about poor and middle-class families. the difference is my policies will make things better for them. we shouldn't measure compassion by how many people are on welfare. we should measure compassion by how many people are able to get off welfare and get a good paying job. my plan will create twelve million new jobs over the next four years helping lift families out of poverty and strengthening the middl
. they will staff macy's and bloomingdale stores and kohl centers and walmart and tiors are us are planning to hire more people. >> a aapologized after air brushing women in saudi arabia. it features a woman in addition to boy. women appear infrequently across saudi arabia. strict laws require women to cover most of their bodies in public. >> carolyn: we want to share very cool images. our photographer captures she is going shots of dolphins riding the waves north of half moon bay. you can see they seem to be enjoying the surf today. it was especially warm out there. we can see why. >> dan: warm weather and still steamy in many parts of the bay area. >> we're in for a mild to warm night. a as we head into tomorrow, i want to show you a photo. this was sent to us by a viewer. bay farm island in alameda. you can see the sun was glowing there was absolutely gorgeous. hot day today and we are headed for another hot one as we head into tomorrow. get ready for that as we check out right now, live doppler 7 hd. you'll see what is happening. there is a few clouds out there. not anything in the form of fog,
shopping season and reports of higher consumer confidence. retailers such as macy's and kohl's have been adding staff in preparation for the upcoming shopping season. still to come, we'll hear why lately health insurance premiums have been having some nasty side effects. but first, the presidential debates kick off tonight. what can we expect from both sides of the stage? that's coming up next. president barack obama and republican contender mitt romney go toe-to-toe and head- to-head in their first debate tonight. here to wiegh in on the issues, michael iannacone, who is with mdi investments, and rebel cole, a finance professor at depaul university. welcome back to the show. > > thank you very much. > > tonight's debate will very much focus on the economy. who is the better man for the job? > > there is no better man for the job. mr. obama keeps focusing on that it's not his problem and he hasn't fixed it in 3 1/2 years, and mitt romney is protecting the really rich and the middle-class are being shafted. > > i will have to go with paul ryan, because he's the only one who has offered a
that race between ira jones and kohl believes and i thought he -- saw what he did and always felt that i would learn how to speak on the stump and the will to defend myself. thurmond was never known for his skill on the stump as a speaker but that is the way he remembered it. that is the way he eyes told the story and he told it over and over when reporters asked him that question. i think some of thurmond's others had missed what is important and what is interesting about that story. strom thurmond recalled the debate between them as his first lesson in political self-defense and the importance of being skilled in the old verbal warfare of the south. it was always matched by his math power with the masses. in 1912, at age nine, thurmond encountered up close and impressionable age the power of the demagogue and experience both fearsome and alluring perk of thurmond himself drew on the background 36 years later when as a presence of candidate he's doped the racist resentments for states rights democrats. is in birmingham in july 1948 the thurmond offered his own warm of bleaseism swearing
of kohl's. >> reporter: we would also see baker using the truck to go shopping at kohl's, home depot, costco, even buying a case of wine at von's on two occasions, all the time using the rented truck and gas paid for by taxpayers. mr. baker, david goldstein with cbs 2 news. >> reporter: we tried to find out how he got away with it. why are you buying wine on state time, sir? sir this car right here, this is rented by caltrans. you're using it as your persona car. you take it home every day. >> no comment. >> reporter: you're going to leave your wine here? you have 12 bottles of wine sir, you just stopped at costco to get water. is this good use of taxpayer money, sir? with that, drove away empty- handed. mr. baker! you left your wine over here, sir. mr. baker! you left your 12 bottles of wine! we returned the wine to von's and an hour later we found his rented caltrans truck returned to the yard. he is in the car. and he wasn't the only one we saw using the rented truck for personal use. >> coming out. >> reporter: we watched this man shop at nordstrom's. this one goes shopping for f
's for stores, distribution, and call centers. kohl's, toys r us and walmart are among the other companies that are also hiring for holiday. >>> american express got caught, and now it has to refund customers $85 million. u.s. regulators say three subsidiaries of the company broke consumer protection laws. so american express must refund approximately 250,000 customers. they misrepresented perks customers would receive if they applied for a credit card. also, the company charged certain consumers higher late fees than are legally allowed. american express is responsible for notifying customers who will be getting reimbursed. they are expected to send the refunds by march of next year. >>> we spotted some big, really big visitors to the bay area today. we'll show you next. >>> take a look. you see it down below. a pair of frolicking humpback whales are the only thing that could make the legendary golden gate bridge even more scenic. our nbc chopper spotted the pair today hanging out near the surface and spouting off. it's a good week to be in the city, oracle world, fleet week, america's cu
-- kohl's, reporting a 2.7% decline, way below wall street estimates. gold prices sparkled to an 11- month high today as investors can't seem to get enough of the yellow metal. word that europe's central bank opted today to keep interest rates super-low helped push gold higher. december gold futures tacked on more than $16 an ounce to close at $1,796.50. 1,800 bucks an ounce is a key psychogical resistance point for the precious metal. suzanne pratt takes a look at whether gold will cross through it. >> reporter: guess what's on the move again? you got it-- gold. gold futures are closing in on $1,800 an ounce, a gain of 14% this year alone and close to gold's all-time high of 1924. traders at the new york mercantile exchange credit fed chairman ben bernanke and his renewed push to keep u.s. interest rates ultra low for the run-up in gold. >> the fact that they're going to flood with more, more money is a very good sign for gold, and that's kind of what's propelled us to here. >> reporter: as for where prices are headed next? if the u.s. economic environment remains relatively slow, traders
state and realize more of liberalism was kohl's. to that extent he is doing with the marxist call heightening the contradiction. in a certain way bidding for the crisis to come and excel rate. i thain because he will find a way to compromise and his second term. but the game he is playing in its ideological them that. he would not reject the chance to have a fiscal crisis in which you have stark alternatives. taxes must go up with the future promises made zero or we must fundamentally trim the welfare state. that is the opportunity to sweeten the economy to move from 19 or 25% of gdp every year that would have a transforming effect on the american character. >> what happens then if he is defeated? >> if is followed by conservatives. it is not impossible that romney could win to bring in the republican senate to maintain republican control of the house and confidently and expeditiously set out to replace and repeal will obamacare to undo other things done by the obama administration. if ass and republicans don't run away. and at the polls 2014 and 2016 confirm the move them liberal
at kohl's market for the september 10th drawing. it matched all five winning numbers. 25, 33, 36 and 11, but missed the mega number of 11. the actual winning ticket must be presented to lottery officials for the prize to be claimed. >>> and san francisco is getting ready to host the giants big playoff game tomorrow against st. louis. some fans are hoping to get think hands on tickets for tomorrow's game. nbc bay areas monte francis is at at&t park to tell us what their chances might be. hello, monte. >> reporter: good evening. chances are pretty good, if they are willing to pay the price. you cannot buy tickets here at the giants box office, but you have to go online. now, the manager of stub hub tells me right now there are more than 4,000 tickets available on their site for tomorrow's giants game here at at&t park, and ticket prices start at about $120 each for standing room tickets. if you want a seat, pay from $140 to $1,000. now, the giants division series victory is no doubt going to translate into big business for bars and restaurants here near the ballpark. we talked to the mana
says it plans to bring on 80,000 seasonal workers. toys 'r' us and kohl's also recently announced plans to bring on more holiday help in the recent year. >>> red lobster wants to attract the nonseafood lover. the restaurant chain is revamping its menu this month to include more dishes which cater to diners who simply don't want seafood. red lobster will offer more items which cost less than $15 to attract customers on a budget. getting a whole new look on the menu. >> wonder if a name change coming too. >> i think we're stuck with red lobster. i love red lobster. love the cheese biscuits. >> my mother loves those. they are good. thanks, jess. >>> you have ever thought about getting the hpv vaccine for your child? if you're concerned about it, there's a new study that may ease some of those concerns. >> we'll have more on that story and your weather first when we return in two minutes. you're watching 9news now. >>> welcome back. rain is a good thing. just ask nationals fans. they're now the nl east champions and celebrating. we celebrate weather. >> i think so. we're still seven inches
, wal-mart and kohl's you will do well. liz: there is a mall where a live in new jersey and bears the bed bath and beyond, barnes and noble, couldn't stay there. they had to back out. to awhile until a craft store opened. i want to know who is not signing in your world? j.c. penney or seres? >> we have had few tenants not re-signed. that is related to the quality of the portfolio. we are having problems with renewing tenants where there is a low level of quality in your portfolio and they use leverage to say let me payless rent. liz: what about bed bath and beyond? >> big box power centers tenants are making money but not leaving. they are not leaving because nothing new is being built. no place else for them to go so the supply and demand in that wreck in favor -- metric in favor. liz: when somebody moves, are you having trouble filling that space? >> we are not. we have been fortunate because the tenants we do business with are the hottest trends in the country and they are looking to grow and having a hard time finding locations that satisfy their open divide because nothing ne
it was pretty bad for kohl's. i'd stay away. >> dr. j. >> sun trust says they are going to meet their numbers and not warn going forward. that was good for a pop that held at the highs of the day. >> the move 4%. >> no interest in steel manufacturing figures still remain weak. it has been an under performer and not something that you should bottom pick. >> joe has done a nice job with these. >> this stock has had a huge run up. i think the run continues. i think it is going to trade up. >> 3m and avery terminated their agreeme agreement. this is a setback for avery and it is not clear who the navy gets a drop here. it appears that one hedge fund has taken a page out of the book here. >> the strange move comes after argentina failed to pay the bond. that is so cool. >> how did they seize the ship? did they go on guns under the cover of guards? >> i doubt they went on with hedge fund manager and said they are taking the ship. >> coming up. we will reveal four names. when you take a closer look... the best schools in the world... see they all have something very interesting in commo
,000 for the seasonal. kohls, amazon, toys "r" us, just to name a few. dagen: host chris wallace had a little trouble getting information from vice presidential candidate paul ryan on his tax plan. >> it is lower by 2013. >> how much does it cost? >> it is revenue neutral. [ talking over each other ] >> we will get to that. >> let me just tell you. it would take me too long to go through all the math. dagen: it would take too long to go through all the math. what does david stockman think of this? he is author of the triumph of politics. great to see you, as always. is that a mistake or the right way to go? >> it is pathetic. this is nixon's secret plan for years later. if they think they can cut tax rates and close these loopholes and expenditures, they have to name them. you have to be honest with the american people. they are being totally dishonest. somehow, they think that people will buy it. dagen: dishonest is a big word. mitt romney has alluded towards meeting to let congress -- this will be a comprehensive tax reform. >> if you do not tell the american people it darkly where you will get all
begin. macy's is hiring in a huge way. 80,000 seasonal workers at macy's and bloomingdale's. kohl's, toys "r" us and walmart are among other companies also hiring for the holidays. i'm sure you do your holiday shopping early so you probably are done now. >> not yet. i wanted to hire someone today to follow me around and fan me. it was hot. >> i was free from noon to 1:00 p.m. help keep you cool, jessica. extreme heat in the east bay. as many of you know, sometimes you don't need these temperatures to let you know. we like to show you exactly what happened this afternoon. 103 in gilroy. livermore, 100. here is the outlier. hot weather back in the east bay when we get the pattern building in like it is. san francisco getting up to 90 degrees. that's extremely rare and was close to record setting. however, it was a new record for us. liver more got close with 100-degree temperature. old record 102 set back in 1952. also rivalled one of our hottest summer days with 105 set back on august 11th. nonetheless, it was very warm to hot all across the bay area. right now numbers going down f
not be a household name but he is well-known in the industry. he kohl wrote the movie ticket. >>a dell will be singing the theme song for a movie. it will debut on her web site. the movie is still edgers next month. >>lindsey local hand as stating that she was a salted. . is with the gop can a dead and he looks pretty chubby. lohan is stating that he was in her hotel room and that he took pictures of her. she stated that things got physical and that they both are countersuing. >>you can catch all of your news right here on the we can follow by entertainment and -730 and police are looking for people. apple apologize for its new operating system and now there is a new problem that have customers angry. >>temperatures in the '90s for all the areas. there is more heat for tomorrow. dan hurd: when i was a child, california was a leader in education funding. erika derry: and the fact that california isn't making it a priority frustrates me. dan hurd: i'm ashamed of that, and i don't want this to continue for my daughter. brenda kealing: prop 38 is going to bring a lot of money to our school
revenues and earnings, due to a decline in same-store sales. only kohl's was that bad. the cut was driven entirely in a decline in traffic, that's terrible. and markdowns seen since labor day, that's worse. look, i'm surprised by these results. i thought g-man was in the right spot as a regional and national player, but a negative comp is troubling. take a pass here, although i will sanction taking the g-men over the browns this weekend. all right. let's answer some of your tweets. over to my mark. this is a mark. try to give you tv instruction, kind of like the hashtag thing. first tweet from@l. barto 777. what is your position for guess? coming in with a high end line in november. coors, coackors, coach did well. >> i have stumbled on guess many times and do not like it. it's an aspirational brand that people have aspired to, and then kind of stopped aspiring to. next tweet from @kylenew york man. he tweeted. a web bush an his raised price tact on buffalo wild wings. a little late? yes, late, but this is better late than never. why do i say that? i say that because i think buffalo wild
of the holidays and a bunch of these big buck stores are hiring by the thousands. target, macy's, kohl's. many of these places are hiring more than they did last holiday season because the hope is that as consumer confidence picks up, so would spending. at least that's the hope. >> those jobs for the holidays, those aren't reflected in what we're seeing today. >> exactly, well, those holiday positions. some places have begun hiring, so, maybe some of it may be reflected. but you're really going to see the bulk of that hiring done, you know, towards the end of the year and then next year when you sort of look at the labor report. >> in terms of the unemployment rate, it was expected to stay at 8.1% and it ended up falling to 7.8%. does that really show, alison, more people at work or more people that have given up and completely stopped looking for a job? >> what it shows, more people said during this survey. a phone survey where the department of labor calls people. so, what people said is that they were back in the labor force and more people said they were employed. but it's important not to
for your buck. joining us now, associate editor of "consumer reports," any kohl. how are you doing? >> thanks for having us. >> arthel: you brought three wines. jewish going to tell us -- you're going to tell us why this is good, what is goes with and how much it costs. >> yes. we found 61 wines that you get some good deals for $15 and issue. this is our top rated one. 2010 from argentina. it has complex, rich flavors, has a nice supporting structure. which means it feels good in your mouth and this goes great this rich savory meats, steaks. if you have a lighter, fruitier one, you'll want to go with burgers or something casual like pizza. >> arthel: which is perfect. this a twist top? >> yes. this is one of the twist tops. >> arthel: now you brought one of my favorites of i lived in california, it was two buck. are you kidding me? trader joe's. this is a merlot? >> yes. from trade joe's. three dollars. from california. it's a simple straightforward crowd pleaser. it goes with like a chef salad with a rich, hearty dressing and believe it or not, this $3 merlot beat out a $47 bottle
years and years of working on the book with the correct s, how do keep yourself kohl? how do not collapse under there's tragedy. that is the essence. i feel that your humor comes through with your passages but not like three been something have the and totally dark. there is some much beauty and the desert passages, and i lived but at the same time i found myself wondering how odious sustain your own sense of hope and positive the motion and when you get so close to people that seem to have suffered? sit with the land and see how it becomes a graveyard, a junkyard and a temple to everything that has happened. >> that is a really good question. it is critical. these kinds of stories have taken their toll on my life. and emotional toll. another reason my books and take years because i have to step away some times. previous book is about would get those wars going on around it, the roundup, unless the one outside of reno at christmastime during 1998. that about put me away. i have the identification, i have blanks on my website. by talked-about some of this with the introduction
province. >> reporter: harris, what is effort to me, this has been law, enthough i think that kohl tigses in dshth, in my opinion made it tougher and yet, they're dill getting it-- still getting it done and made this place better having served here. >> harris: it's moving to hear you say the word victory, journal north. good to see you tonight. well, we are less than a day away from pretrial earnings with five men from the sleven attacks. the prosecute cues plans to see whether the suspects. and khalid shaikh mohammed he's the self-proclaimed master mind. and katherine? >> harris, we just wrapped up on a 90 minute briefing from the prosecution and the defense here at guantanamo bay, what they're going to hear next week, about two dozen negotiations for the 9/11 trial and it's clear from the brefg that we had, there's a conscientious issue, in the clays of khalid shaikh mohammed, the government wants to keep out the evidence related to his time in the cia secret prisons where they say he was water boarded 183 times and the prosecution does not want to compromise the method or national secu
on all of their jeans. kohls on their lines from lauren conrad, simply vera, all of them are on sale. and then old navy is doing a huge deal where all of their rock star jeans are $19. they were $34.50. now they're down to $19 through the 3rd. and also just to again reiterate how huge -- columbus day is one of the better sale dates. so it's not like you're going to be getting ripped off. is really is legit. and if you think about it, it's not until black friday you're going to have those same kind of deals. so -- >> take advantage. >> we'll take advantage. there are special things -- take this pea coat. it's only $15 for one day, which is october 6th at old navy. normally they come in sizes for the whole family. so they range up to $49 to $19. now they're all $15. so our going to find deals like that. you can get your whole family one for christmas. >> $15 for that coat. >> that's a bargain. >> 25,000 to buy for. >> think of all the shoes you can buy. >> yes! >> thanks so much. >>> coming up, five of the most cutting-edge inventions. but first, these messages. doorbell rings ] donuts
of retiring senator herb kohl. this is courtesy of wisn. it is about an hour. >> hello everyone. welcome to our conversation with the candidates. tonight we are done with -- by tammy baldwin and former governor tommy thompson. thank you to both of you for participating tonight. we are in the appellate court room of the law school at marquette university. i'm the host of the statewide public affairs program. the rules are simple. the candidates have jaundice for a conversation about the level of government in our lives. we have asked them to stay on point. the candidates can talk to one another but i will be managing the time is spent on a particular topic. we will have the freedom to move the conversation along. each candidate will have a closing statement along with the 90 statements. -- 90 seconds. there are no opening statements. we flipped a coin. we will begin with night -- tonight with tammy baldwin. i will ask the both the same kind of question. about your portrayal in this campaign. you haven't portrayed as an extreme liberal -- have been portrayed as an extreme liberal. the nati
and kohl's does that and places like layaway. pay $5 to get in on the program and they refund that when you get the item and that goes on a walmart gift card so that will also will bring you back. macy's, for example, pay $25 to get a card and get 10% off the entire store to lead up to the holiday through december 31st and that's in addition to other promotions you get. >> right. >> they want them to be your favorite. >> you'll go back tore a that, so all ways customers will be lured back into stores. >> the next display here as we talk about the term black friday which has come to be the friday after thanks giving, of course, but now it turns out the shopping is midnight on thursday, right? >> or even. >> not really black friday. >> we saw mid night on thursday last year. this year we're seeing even more stores jump the gun because it turned out to be really productive, and the whole -- the whole gimmick is you have a limited amount of money as a consumer. i want to get that as the retailer, so they are rolling out different ways to do that. >> jill, i understand stores are still a little
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